Sony LIV's Kadakh, ZEE5's Lalbazaar, Netflix, Eurovision Song Contest, Amazon's Hanna 2: Trailers This Week

Will Ferrel and Rachel McAdams form a singing duo ‘Fire Saga’ and take on world class bands in an international singing competition, Eurovision

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Sony LIV's Kadakh, ZEE5's Lalbazaar, Netflix, Eurovision Song Contest, Amazon's Hanna 2: Trailers This Week

A number of anticipated and acclaimed films and series are soon to make their way to OTT platforms. With movie theatres yet to open none of the service providers are stepping back from doling out a full dosage of high-quality content.

Here are some shows and movies on various platforms whose trailers released over the week.

Wasp Network

The trailer begins in Havana, Cuba of 1990 where Penelope Cruz, who plays Olga Salanueva, is informed that her husband Rene Gonzalez (played by Edgar Ramírez) is a traitor. Rene has stolen a plane and fled away with it to a military base in Miami, Florida. It is based upon a true story of five Cuban spies being held as political prisoners from the late 1990s to 2014. Wasp Network has been written and directed by Olivier Assayas. It is slated to release on on Netflix on 19 June.

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

Will Ferrel and Rachel McAdams form a singing duo ‘Fire Saga’ and take on world-class bands in an international singing competition. Lars (Will Ferrel) and Sigrit (Rachel McAdams) have been trying to take part in the Eurovision Song Contest ever since they were kids and somehow manage to represent Iceland in the competition this year. The only problem is all of Iceland thinks they are “a joke”. Now will they be able to win? Is their band going to stand the test of time? Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga releases on Netflix on 26 June

LalBazaar

“A war between good and evil” rages on in the city of joy Kolkata as the police department of the city, which is headquartered at Lalbazaar Police Station, strives to make sense of the several murders taking place in a short period of time. There are a string of popular Bengali actors cast in the show while the lead characters are played by Sabyasachi Chakraborty, Kaushik Sen and Sauraseni Maitra. The gripping cop drama has been presented by Ajay Devgn. It will premiere on Zee5 on 19 June.

Kadakh

A dark comedy unfolds as a man kills himself in the house of Sunil (played by RanvirShorey). The man was the husband of the woman with whom Sunil was having an extramarital affair. Before Sunil can sort things out, several guests come over to celebrate Diwali. At one point of the trailer, the dead body is shown to have been cramped in a trunk, the sight of which sends a woman shrieking. The show released on SonyLIV today, 18 June.

Hanna 2

Amazon Prime's thriller Hanna will be available to stream from 3 July. The official synopsis, as reported by IndieWire reads: "Following her discovery at the end of Season 1, Hanna (Esmé Creed-Miles) now knows she is not the only young woman with unparalleled skill and elite training. The Utrax program has produced a whole contingent of highly skilled trainees, whose development is about to reach the lethal “second phase.” After their relocation to The Meadows facility, these trainees find their restrictions lifted and glimpse the possibility of a new identity in the outside world. But this apparent freedom will come at a heavy price."

This season's cast includes Yasmin Monet Prince, Dermot Mulroney, Mireille Enos, Áine Rose Daly and Gianna Kiehl.

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